Artist outlaw/Working class artist
Practicing art from a young age, Meredith has explored many facets of the creative world to figure out where they fit in her worldview. After attending many formal classes in her childhood, Meredith strayed away from art in secondary education, finding many advantages to creating outside of a classroom. Pulling from various interests - such as poetry and comics - Meredith has developed a practice that intentionally hangs at the fringes of the artistic establishment, and the seemingly awkward, yet thriving place has become all her own. After focusing on design at the University of Georgia, Meredith has been using those skills to deconstruct the elements in her art practice, hoping to relay universal truths regarding the nuances and faux pas of human interaction and give glimpses into the human experience.